A Replica of Jay Z’s ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Studio Is Opening in New York Tomorrow
A a replica of the studio where Jay Z recorded parts of his classic debut, Reasonable Doubt is opening in New York.
The Roc96 exhibit will be the replica of the Studio B Control Room at D&D Studios, which closed in 2014. The pop-up shop will sell Reasonable Doubt merchandise, including scarves, wooden headphones with the 20th anniversary logo, Reasonable Doubt turntables, "Can't Knock the Hustle" duffle bags and more.
The pop-up is the brainchild of Roc-a-Fella co-founder, Kareem "Biggs" Burke, who opened a pop-up in L.A. back in June that replicated Jay's Brooklyn apartment.
As for Jay, as of late he's been dipping heavily into television and film production after inking a deal with The Weinstein company, including producing an upcoming series on the life of Kalief Browder, a series about the first black American sniper and a story he's co-executive producing with Will Smith and others for HBO on the life of Emmett Till.
Meanwhile, if you're in New York, you can check out the exhibition pop up Oct. 20-23. Check out some images below.